Five ships and two establishments of the Royal Navy, and one ship of the Royal Indian Navy have borne the name HMS ``Indus``, after the Indus River in [Pakistan]: ==Ships== ==Establishments== ...
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HMS ``Indus`` was an 80-gun two-deck second-rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, launched on 16 March 1839 at Portsmouth Dockyard. The design of Indus was based upon the Danish Christian VII, captured during the Second Battle of Copenhagen. She was originally ordered in 1817 as a 74-gun ship, but the order was amended in 1820 to
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HMS ``Indus`` was a 74-gun third rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, launched on 19 December 1812 at Deptford Wharf. She was placed on harbour service in 1840, and was eventually broken up in 1868. ...
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